Fashion Collaborations: 2020
From Rihanna and Adam Selman to Prada and Adidas, we profile the best fashion collaborations to look forward to this year.
Just in time for Valentine's Day, everyone's favourite pop-princess-turned-fashion-mogul Rihanna is teaming up with lauded New York designer Adam Selman for a nineteen-piece Savage x Fenty collection. Selman, a pioneer in fusing sex and all-things-kitsch with high fashion, was the brains behind Rihanna's unforgettable transparent 2014 CFDA Awards gown, and has worked alongside her to dream up a number of tour looks. This marks his first foray into lingerie.
The collaboration boasts two offerings - 'Down The Aisle' and 'Locket Down'. The first is a celebration of all things '80s, while the second plays with notion of S&M (think whips, pasties and vinyl).
Eileen Fisher has teamed up with Nordstrom to create a gender-neutral capsule collection championing sustainability. The thirty-piece collection is crafted entirely from organic and recycled materials, and is available for purchase now online.
This is set to be big. Beyonce released a teaser video for the upcoming collaboration between Ivy Park and Adidas at the turn of the decade, and the launch date is well within reach.
Going on sale on 18 January, the collection features leggings, sports bras, bodysuits and sneakers, the majority of which come in a striking maroon/orange colorway. Other standout covetable pieces include windbreakers, pleated dresses and knitted boots.
Prada x Adidas Superstar launched their 'Optic White' rendition of the classic silhouette in early December 2019 to huge fanfare. It has now been revealed that three new colour ways will be released this March - white, black and silver.
Pronounce showcased an 18-piece, unisex capsule collection in collaboration with Diesel at their A/W 2020 show over London Fashion Week. While the entirety of the collection will be debuted at Shanghai Fashion Week in March, but we saw a glimpse of watermarks, tie-dye and logo-heavy graphics splashed across ready-to-wear and denim.
The capsule collection will be available to buy in China and at certain international Diesel stores from the end of March.
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